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If you are planning to travel within two weeks, you must apply for a passport in person at a U.S. Passport Agency or Center. Expedited fees apply. Those closest to Prince George’s County are located in Washington, DC and Philadelphia, PA. You must make an appointment in advance by calling 877-487-2778.
These Prince George’s County Memorial Library System locations provide passport service with no appointment necessary:
In order to successfully complete the passport application process at the library, please see the following links for required forms and instructions from the U.S. Department of State that might assist you in the process. (Para completar con éxito el proceso de solicitud de pasaporte en la biblioteca, por favor consulte los siguientes enlaces para los formularios necesarios e instrucciones del Departamento de Estado de los Estados Unidos que pueden ayudar en el proceso.)
Amounts vary depending on the passport product you need (see the chart below). Passport fees are payable to the U.S. Department of State by check or money order only. A separate payment is required for each application.
|Routine (6-8 weeks)||Adult (16 and older)||Child (under 16)|
|Book and Card||$140||$95|
|Expedited (2-3 weeks)||Adult (16 and older)||Child (under 16)|
|Book and Card||$200||$155|
|1-2 Day Delivery Service Fee (per application)||$16.48|
Processing time may vary depending on the season.
Visit travel.state.gov for the most up to date information.
The U.S. Department of State currently advises all applicants that plan to travel in less than 6 weeks from the submission of their passport application to use expedited service.
PGCMLS Acceptance Fees:
Acceptance fees may be paid to PGCMLS with a credit card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover), OR money order / check in the exact amount made payable to:
Prince George’s County Memorial Library System or PGCMLS.
$35 for each passport application submitted
Please note: All fees are set by the U.S. Department of State, including the acceptance fee paid to the library as a Passport Acceptance Facility.